At a Heartland Institute event, James O'Keefe spills the beans on the mainstream media. O'Keefe highlights the differences in propaganda between totalitarian regimes and democratic republic countries. O'Keefe also highlights CNN's abuse of the Russia story through the use of hidden cameras!
In the 2016 election, Donald Trump labeled the mainstream media “fake news.” Finally, more Americans are becoming aware of the lies and distortions propagated by the mainstream media.
To expose media falsehoods, journalist James O'Keefe created Project Veritas, an independent news organization whose reporters go where traditional journalists dare not.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) takes over a decade to authorize drugs for consumer use to ensure released drugs won't end up causing unforeseen harm. But, what if a terminally ill patient wants access to an unapproved drug that could save their life? Should people have this right?
Free to Choose Medicine creates a dual track system allowing patients access to unapproved drugs. These patients know the risk, but desire right to save their own lives!
Heartland Institute President Tim Huelskamp talks about the issue plaguing our schools, bullying. Bullies make lives miserable for their victims. Yet, most programs seem to focus on reducing the number of bullies rather than helping the victim.
Huelskamp explains how school choice is the best way to quell bullying. He believes it's cruel to send children to their bullies day after day at the same schools.
Civil asset forfeiture is a tool allowing law enforcement to seize assets from people without charging them with a crime. It's meant for hindering the operations of criminal organizations nd drug pushers. Unfortunately, this tool also incentivizes law enforcement to seize as much as possible because they can keep and utilize the seized assets. This leads to innocent people losing their property.
Barrack Obama called income inequality the trying issue of our time. Yaron Brook, chairman of the board at the Ayn Rand Institute, completely disagrees.
Is income inequality the problem, or is it cronyism and systems the keep the poor from working up the economic ladder?